Social Seminar: Bunny
Portrays a young college student who smokes marijuana from time to time, usually with friends, for social relaxation. Raises such questions as why does she turn on, how does she view the drug culture and to what extent does the occasional use of marijuana effect her lifestyle, ambitions and self-perception.
Run time 16:00Sponsor Natl Inst Of Mental HealthAudio/Visual sound, color
left wing films
December 1, 2005
Portrait of Life
Jean-Paul Sartre once wrote that
"It is only in our decisions that we are important."
And I think it well resumes the film
This is a small DOCumentay about Bunny a lovely girl who lets us have a peek at her own private life considerations and expectations.
Most of all its a simple yet beautiful portrait of a L.A. girl in around 1971 who questions herself and society who also like any other regular thing in life also smokes some weed among friends which doesnt represent any harm for her only one more experience to the route of life like any other meaningfully experience has its special emotions attached.
We see thru this 16 minute DOCument that Weed gives her more sensibility towards herself, life, music, friends,... Is there any harm in smoking weed occasionally? I dont think so! Is there any benefits? Do the math...
April 6, 2005
Bunny Bunny Bunny
Another in the Social Seminar series. This time, we don't really focus on a total pothead, but an occasional drug user. Bunny uses drugs from time to time (usually after groovy pot luck dinners with two kinds of garlic bread), but looks to me like your typical late 60's/early 70's mixed up kid who's tired of everything around her and not afraid to experiment. Luckily, Bunny seems to have a good head on her, not unlike her comrades in the rest of this series..
November 12, 2003
Everybody must get stoned
Part of the Social Seminar series by UCLA and the National Institute of Mental Health. Bunny, who moved out and started supporting herself at 16, is now a university Sociology major. She discovers she hates sociology, doesn't care about getting a "good" job, but enjoys hanging with friends on campus. Her divorced mom can't stand teenagers and seems indifferent. Bunny herself is losing interest in the social issues of the day that fire up her peers, and prefers to get stoned.